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Mexico City. President Ma
"dero called special meeting of cab
inet today. Probable that federal
troops will be rushed to Guana
juato, where cloudbursts have
wrecked cities and smaller towns.
Unofficial reports say that
probably 1,000 persons lost lives,
while property damage will reach
Cleveland, O. Brownie Cars
lake, Australian champion motor
cyclist, went 4 miles in 3 min
utes and 25 seconds.
Cleevland, O. 50,000 persons
will pay tribute to memory of
Former Mayor Tom L. Johnson
next Thursday. Johnson monu
ment is to be raised in one of pub
lic parks. ,
Buffalo, N. Y. Joseph McCar
they, 17, Jersey City, is under ar
rest, charged with stealing $500,
000 in'checks and $200 in money
from United Cigar Stores. Money
.St. Louis. Destructive cloud
burst struck here and surround
ing cities. 4 killed. Greatest dam
age at Alton, 111., where loss is
said to reach $250,000.
New York. 4 persons drown
ed while bathing in Jamaica Bay.
Exposition Park, Pa. Earl
Sandf, aviator, Erie, Pa:, may die
as result of fall. Engine stopped
100 feet in air on account of high
Pittsburgh, Pa. 3 dead from
h,eat, 3 droVned while seeking re
lief, 2 killed by lightning and 2
committed suicide while unbal
anced by heat, was Sunday's
warm weather toll.
Port Hurorv Mich. Freighter
G. J. Grammar, owned by Frank'
Siever, Cleveland, sank after col.
lision with freighter Northern
Queen just north of here. Crew
taken off in small boat's.
Colorado Springs, Col. Jeffer
son Hayes Davis, Jr., infant
grandson of Jefferson Davis,pres
ident of, Confederacy, died after
Washington. Lorimer refused
to talk about future plans. Will
probably take rest. Friends ex
pect him to run for Congress 2
New Bedford, Mass. Mem
bers of Loom Workers' Union
and I. W. W. voted to strike in
sympathy with weavers who
failed to report for work in cloth
Duquoin, 111. Oct. 11 has been
set as date of execution of Geo.
Engle, convicted of murder of
wife and sister-in-law.
Madison, Wis. Prof. Grant
M. Hyde, University of Wiscon
sin, has written book telling re
porters all about newspaper
Boston. Dr. David D. Scan
nell says that if we don't stop
wearing queer-shaped shoes we're
going to be nation of flat-foots.
Stockholm. Grank Duke and
Grand Duchess Cyril, Russia,
rose in protest at theater when
Finn choir began singing revolu
Washington. Friends of Wil
liam Lorimer are seeking -to have
U. S. reimburse him for money he
spent in defense.
London. Lady Sara Mysie
Buckley, widow of Sid Edward